Feature Friday: Tremblerose

30 Sep

 Feature Friday Presents:


Swan Silver plated Open Spiral Earrings with Sterling silver hoops.         Black, Cream, Gold Red coloured  Gypsy Tumble Charm Bracelet

Swan Silver plated Open Sp…          Black, Cream, Gold Red col…

Trembleros…                                      Trembleros…

$4.16 USD                                           $29.92 USD

Fine Wire wrapped silver plated ring         Silver Plated Glass Beaded Necklace and Earring Set

Silver Plated Glass Beaded…            Fine Wire wrapped silver p…

Trembleros…                                      Trembleros…

$14.95 USD                                        $6.64 USD

Clear Swarovski Crystal beaded Spiral spring coil dangle earrings        Spiral Pendant on a Silver Plated Chain

Spiral Pendant on a Silver…            Clear Swarovski Crystal be…

Trembleros…                                     Trembleros…

$14.95 USD                                        $6.64 USD

Unique Spiral beaded Earrings.        Crystal Bead Wire Wrapped Spiral Pendant on Chain Necklace

Crystal Bead Wire Wrapped …        Unique Spiral beaded Earri…

Trembleros…                                      Trembleros…

$16.61 USD                                        $3.31 USD

Tremblerose comes from a middle class background and has lived in England all of her life. She was married young and had two children when she was in her early 20’s. She remarried and says they are still as in love as when they met and have been together for ten years now! She works as a care worker looking after the old in their own homes but hopes to make her living off of her jewelry making instead. She also enjoys other things like playing Games on her PC and also reading the occasional book or watching a movie with a glass of wine.

My first ever Gypsy tumble charm bracelet

3 tier square earrings

What got you interested in crafting?

I always as far back as I can remember loved playing with beads. I just watched a few Youtube Vids on crafting then I got the bug for real. I started playing with wire. My first ever serious project was a wire wrapped ring.

What has been your favorite project to make and why?

I have to say I enjoyed making the crystal bead wire wrapped spiral pendant. It has a few elements in it. Why? I Found the end result very beautiful and the picture of it does not do it justice.

What’s the secret behind your etsy name? How did you come up with it?

TrembleRose. Well Imagine how beautiful a rose is when it trembles in that breeze that blows. It’s a name I have used often. My actual shop is Tremblerose, Shackles & Chains. Shackles and chains = Bangles and of course chains… Well that’s the idea anyhow.

What is the most challenging thing you have made?

Has to be my Gypsy Tumble charm bracelets. They are sooo time-consuming and can take me a whole day to make. Fimo clay is also challenging, you never know what your end result is going to be. I have these listed in my shop at the moment.

If you could open up a shop in your town what would you call it and what would it be like?

Well I live in a town that is very Rural. My shop name would be Tremble Rose’s Shackles & Chains. I would have it decorated in neutral Browns and creams with lots of spot lighting for items on display. I would also consider supplying beads and findings also.

What are some of your goals you hope to achieve within the next year?

Well my dream would be to change my job as a care worker to a Jewelry Crafter so I can make a living off of my crafting. Somehow I can’t see that happening so soon anyway, but one can dream.

What inspires you to be crafty?

Other people’s taste. I will be watching TV and that presenter will be wearing a necklace or that ring or some earrings and I will say to myself I could make that! Then I will attempt to do my own adaptation of it. I don’t copy other people’s work… I just get inspired by them.

What is your best quality when it comes to your crafts?

I do all my crafts to the best of my ability. I am not trained, I am mostly self-taught taking tips and tutorials off of the internet. I used to do ebay before I came to Etsy and I never had any bad feedback resulting from the items I sold. Here is a quote from one of my customers:

“Dear tremblerose, Hi, I just wanted to let you know that I received your pendant and am so pleased. The picture is wonderful but the actual pendant is regal. You had to have spent a lot of time and patience to do this kind of work. I have taken classes and watched videos to learn. My work is not so intricate and I have a long way to go. You are truly a unique, gifted person and I feel your pendant was worth a lot more than I won it for. If you weren’t quite pleased with your work I can’t even imagine what your other work looks like that you are pleased with. I would love to see some of it. Thank you so much again for sharing a part of you with me. I do appreciate it. Sincerely, Margie “

This was a message that was sent to me about a pendant I made just to practice some techniques. I didn’t like it. I was going to place it in the trash but I thought no, I will try to sell it. I placed it on for a starting bid of a penny and the lady won it for a penny. I don’t think I will make that again. It is totally unique. Here is a picture of the pendant:

If you could have one thing to help your store what would it be?

Advertising. That is one thing I don’t have any spare cash to do as yet. I look around and advertisements cost so much. In time I may see it as cost affective. Oh and I plan on giving my banner an overhaul. My husband is a graphics designer and I will let him loose with an idea for a banner.

If you haven’t already stopped by her store check it out!! Tremblerose

If you’d like to see her feedback on ebay please check it here:

Thanks for stopping by!

Love Always,


P.S. If you’d like to be on a feature friday please send me a message!

One Response to “Feature Friday: Tremblerose”

  1. Sarah October 2, 2011 at 1:21 am #

    Nice! I personally love her items! Great job Tremble and I love the pic!

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